Web 2.0 Tools
I have been using a variety of web 2.0 tools in my classroom or for personal learning. Check out these examples!
My students use Google Docs to save their files in the cloud and for sharing them in their student portfolios.
I introduced wikis with WikiSpaces to my class in 2010. They have since then become very popular in our school for planning activities.
I use Evernote to toss down new ideas, collect interesting web content for a topic in progress, and for my to do lists.
Twitter is a the moment my main way to build my personal learning network.
This seems to shift to Google+ at the moment. So I am on the move.
I use Google Reader to get informed about new posts from blogs that I have chosen to follow.
Delicious is a great way for me to bookmark and organize information from the web. I often just browse through a page and keep it in one of my stacks for further use. I share my stacks of bookmarks with my colleagues.
I explored to get students post their knowledge simultaneously on Wallwisher .
My students shared their opinions using Vokis.